In a shocking development, Citizen TV has confirmed reports of a group of armed men storming properties believed to be owned by former President Uhuru Kenyatta. The incident, which took place this afternoon, has left many Kenyans wondering about the motive behind the attack and the safety of the former president.
According to Citizen TV’s report, the group of unknown men was dropped off at Uhuru’s Northlands facility in Ruiru, located alongside the Eastern Bypass. The men were seen climbing off the perimeter wall, while others were caught on camera destroying tree seedlings on the 100-hectare land.
The incident has sparked widespread concern and condemnation from Kenyans, with many questioning the security measures in place to protect high-profile individuals such as former presidents. The attack comes at a time when the country is grappling with rising cases of insecurity, with reports of violent crimes such as carjackings and armed robberies becoming increasingly common.
The police have launched an investigation into the incident, and Kenyans are hopeful that the perpetrators will be brought to justice. It remains to be seen whether this is an isolated incident or part of a larger plot, but one thing is clear: the safety of former presidents and other high-profile individuals in Kenya cannot be taken for granted.
In light of this incident, it is crucial that the government takes urgent steps to improve security across the country, especially for those in positions of power. The attack on Uhuru’s properties is a reminder that no one is immune to the threat of violence and that we must all work together to ensure that Kenya is a safe and secure place for all its citizens.